Bermudian by birth, Angela Barry lived abroad for more than 20 years – in England, France, The Gambia, Senegal and the Seychelles – before returning to Bermuda, where she worked as a lecturer until retiring in 2016. She holds a PhD in Creative Writing from Lancaster University, for which she worked on cross-cultural projects, reflecting her connections with the African diaspora. Her work has been published in journals including The Massachusetts Review, The Bermudian magazine, The Caribbean Writer and BIM: Arts for the 21rst Century. She is the author of Endangered Species and Other Stories (2002) and the novel, Goree: Point of Departure (2010). She is a contributor to the Commonwealth Writers anthology, So Many Islands: Stories from the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Indian Ocean and Pacific (2018) and also to New Daughters of Africa (2019).
She is currently working on a new novel, provisionally entitled Island Arts.
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- Endangered SpeciesPrice: £8.99
Review written by Kim Dismont Robinson for The Bermudian
- The Drowned ForestPrice: £9.99
Review written by Annie Hayter for The Big Issue Review written by Ryan Thier for Full Stop Review written by Carol P Marsh-Lockett for The Royal Gazette